Jackie King loves books, words, and writing tall tales. She especially enjoys murdering the people she dislikes on paper. King is a full time writer who also teaches writing at Tulsa Community College. Her latest novel, THE INCONVENIENT CORPSE is a traditional (cozy) mystery. King has also written five novellas as co-author of the Foxy Hens series. "Warm Love on Cold Streets" is her latest novella and is included in the anthology THE FOXY HENS MEET A ROMANTIC ADVENTURER. Her nonfiction book, DEVOTED TO COOKING, is a collection of family stories and recipes. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Romance Writers of America, Oklahoma Writers Federation and Tulsa NightWriters.
Chik~Lit for Foxy Hens is four novellas of "over-forty" romance.
Rose by Sharon Ervin. Grieving the inevitable death of her natty husband, Jan Hartley disregards the brute in run-over cowboy boots elbowing his way into her life. But Fisk Reed is a hard man to ignore.
Giving Up Panty Hose by Peggy Fielding. Lori Prideaux's philandering husband never dreamed she would walk away from their fourteen-year marriage. She surprises him, moves 3,000 miles away, finds a job, a house and a very handy handyman before her ex arrives to attempt amends.
Flirting at Fifty by Jackie King. Married young, Katy Cole never mastered the art of flirting. Now, newly divorced, with a cool guy on her hot summertime roof, Katy is motivated to learn new skills.
Second Best by Paul Jean Watkins. Despite her protests, Bertha's husband insisted she was beautiful. After his death, her friend Pandora attempts to keep Bertha feeling inferior, until a bequest from the grave proves her husband's contention-even to her.
"The Foxy Hens have hatched some great mysteries and the sooner you get a copy the better the reading will be for you. Could not put it down..." -Dusty Richards, Spur Award Winner, Western Writers of America
"Foxy Statehood Hens and Murder Most Fowl is a delightful combination of heartwarming stories flavored richly with western humor. These wonderful writers make the time period and the characters come alive, so make yourself a cup of tea, get comfortable in your favorite chair and enjoy the journey." - New York Times Bestselling author Jodi Thomas
"Nowhere has the promise of "reading for pleasure" been more completely fulfilled than in Foxy Statehood Hens. Wit, humor, lively dialogue, and suspense sparkle from every page of this three-novella collection. Delightful characters show us what life was like for orphans and spinsters in Indian Territory from the end of the 19th Century until November 1907, when I. T. became the raw new state of Oklahoma." -RadineTrees Nehring, author of the "Something to Die For" mystery series